A hub is a stand alone article written about things we like, or have some interest in.
Hubs are simply online articles written by people who signed up for Hubpages. The topics are voluntary as long as they are in compliance to the rules set by Hubpages (no adult content, no racism etc). You can start writing your hub by clicking to: start a new hub on your profile page after you sign in. Read about writing online or writing on Hubpages by typing these keywords into the search box (there are a lot of great hubs on these topics, on earning money online, drawing traffic, backlinks etc). Upload an image to your profile and add some info about yourself. Do some reading and I am sure you will find Hubpages and writing hubs a great place to meet people and have fun - let us not forget - also a great opportunity to earn some extra money!
a hub as on hubpages is nothing but a new entry or an article that you can publish, just like a blog entry. its very easy for people to mistake (i did atleast) a hub to be a blog, no a hub isnt a blog, its an entry on a blog. happy hubbing
by Jinesh07 7 years ago
HiI have been at HubPages for about a month now and I have written 6 Hubs, but I'm having trouble getting views. Any help or tips on how to get more views would be much appreciated! Here's a link to my profile so if you could read one and give me some feedback that would be really...
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
From Jan 6th to 6th February - 1 full month. Hubpages is virtually the only Google Adsense sharing site I wrote in this period (Ignore Helium. They pay upfront and also page-view pennies). My other Adsense sharing site howtodothings is gone.My Hub count: 53My statistics from Google adsense: Some...
by Whitney 9 years ago
I'm just curious how you guys choose what topics you write about. I realize most of you write about things you're interested in and enjoy, whereas others write about things that are newsworthy or topics that have top dollar keywords.I'm interested in how you choose your hubs...I'll start......
by xpressrite 4 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where they are? What does that mean? They all appear...
by Steve West 5 years ago
I think you are wasting the time of some good people looking for a job by posting on Monster. You are also misleading folks by making them think they can support themselves, even partially with HP even though you mention they cannot near the end of the advertisement. You use examples of folks that...
by Jonathan Cooper 15 months ago
I attempt to try my best to improve my traffic and increase my earnings of Google Adsense, but it seems that I can still earn only a little per day. Do you have any tip and suggestion on how to get more traffic for your hubs at Hubpages?
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